On August 11, 2011, it was reported that contact was lost with a new hypersonic plane under development from the US Air Force:

Contact lost with hypersonic glider after launch (Update)

The project, under development by the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), is designed to give the USA a "super-fast global strike capability," able to strike any point on the globe within an hour.

Why would the USA be developing such a platform, within its already vast arsenal of bunker-busting smart bombs, fuel-air explosives, ICBMs, a still enormous thermonuclear arsenal, stealth bombers, and on and on the list could go?

One answer lies in the tremendous speed, and relative size, of the weapon, and make no mistake, this is a weapon, and not just a weapons platform. If we can imagine the enormous damage of a kinetic impact of a small similarly sized rock striking the earth at 13,000 mph, imagine the damage of this, being guided inexorably to a target, and impacting with it at such speeds. This, I think, is exactly what the DARPA is up to: design of a fast-response, global strategic non-nuclear strategic strike capability, and, it should be additionally noted, a strategic first strike capability that is non-nuclear.

Fortunately, as the article points out, the weapon is in the first stages of development and the problem is controlling its re-entry trajectory and being able to guide it with sufficient accuracy. But let us suppose that these problems are ironed out and a kinetic-strike weapon is successfully developed. In effect, this would mean we have successfully developed a "controlled asteroid", a "cannon ball" that we're hurtling at 13,000mph at targets anywhere on the globe.

This would massively destabilize the geopolitical situation, and would only inevitably invite similar developments from other nations, threatened again with the prospect of a unipolar world around US hegemony. In short, we can expect Russia and China, if not India, Europe, and Brazil, to undertake similar developments. Once again, the USA is acting like an empire out of control, hell-bent to impose its will on the rest of the world, if necessary, through development of weapons that can only be considered terror weapons.

Now imagine such a weapon tipped, let's say, with an enormous FAE (fuel air explosive) warhead, and you have an almost perfect strategic weapon, and a non-nuclear one at that. We need to remind ourselves that other nations have developed, and tested, such weapons.

In short, it is no longer a uni-polar world, and it is high time our own elites recognize this fact. The American people have. It is only Washington and New York, that lag behind everyone else.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos anthony toledo on August 26, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    Jay how about a revived X-20 DyanSaur from the 1960s thou if was going for a hypersonic plane I would surround it with a force field to protect from the heat friction cause by it high speed.

    • Jay on August 26, 2011 at 3:56 pm

      why “revived”?

  2. Jabrinka on August 21, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    IMHO the powers that be don’t have to share or even acknowledge any data from a test that “disappears”

  3. MattB on August 21, 2011 at 1:24 am

    Dr. Farrell, I was thinking of a ‘controlled meteorite’ about half a second before i read it in your blog.

    The problem would be residule material that points to a crafted object as opposed to the natural materials from a real meteorite.

    Perhaps if it were a ‘meteorite’ it would need some material function that mimics real meteorites-and a collaborative recipient who can ‘clean up’ any clues that point to a technology?

    Maybe the manufacture of the object could be so weird that regular human investigators haven’t got a clue (Roswell and Reich etc), conjecture an E.T origin and lobby for space weapons to shoot them down.

  4. ken on August 20, 2011 at 11:48 pm

    according to Andrew D Basiago, DARPA, has been doing extensive research on time-travel and teleportation for 40+ years. various technologies reportedly were researched and developed to where there now exists point-to-point jump room transport between bases on Earth and to bases on Mars.

    it is not inconceivable that this technology has been adopted to mobile electro-gravitic vehicles enabling virtual FTL (Faster Than Light) or hyperspace travel.

    as for this thread’s seed article, it could be just that: “seeding” public awareness of existing/coming technology perhaps preparing for false flag war with aliens, etc.

    for more details visit these links: & &


  5. sj smith on August 20, 2011 at 5:53 pm

    Dr. Farrell,
    Is there any way you can 86 the Camelot Elenin graphic?
    It goes along with the sharing of every post from you, on FB.
    And after your assessment of the event, one that I had reached months earlier about Cassidy/Ryan, I’m embarrassed to see it on my FB page.

  6. Citizen Quasar on August 20, 2011 at 5:43 pm

    According to Dr. Robert Bowman, former director of DARPA, the U.S. developed and deployed depleted uranium kinetic energy weapons in space in the late 91702 and early 1980s.Dr. Bowman says that these were deployed specifically to take out every head of state on Earth in one day. So this spaceplane that was “lost” is using technology that was deployed over a third of a century ago.

    Dr. Bowman shares this as de-classified information that people in DARPA let slip in conversations. The classified stuff Dr. Bowan is not at liberty to discuss.

    Personally, I think this spaceplane’s unveiling, and its “loss” are just more distracting confetti. Dija’ REALLY think this is state of the art, dr. Farrell?

    • Citizen Quasar on August 20, 2011 at 5:46 pm


      1) “91702” = “1970s”

      2) “dr. Farrell” = “Dr. Farrell”

    • Citizen Quasar on August 21, 2011 at 5:12 am

      As far as the propulsion system goes, I don’t see much to get excited about here. Yes, it IS “faster than a speeding bullet.” But so is the SR-71 Blackbird which has been around for over 46 years (according to Wikipedia). Rocket and jet propulsion just doesn’t impress me as “new” technology anymore.

      Let’s look at the publicly available historical record to see if anything else might be available:

      1. There’s Wardenclyffe. Tesla’s transcribed court testimony describing the construction of its foundation makes it very clear that Wardenclyffe was to be used for something other than mere trans-Atlantic radio communication. We could simply look at Tesla’s notes to clarify this but the FBI seized them upon his death, for out protection no doubt. In Tesla’s own words, Tesla said that he was intending to transmit electrical power wirelessly all over the globe. This was well before most people alive today were even born.

      2. There is 9/11. With a hat tip to Dr. Judy Wood for her professional excellence, devotion, and sacrifice, the evidence is there for anyone to look at that a very unusual but categorically identifiable form of electromagnetic, and possibly electro-gravitic, disruptor weapon was employed which transferred fantastic amounts of energy through the atmosphere and solid matter. This weapon has been in use for a decade.

      Given points 1 and 2 above, it seems to me that there is surely some form of aerial/space propulsion that exists which is to rockets and jets what rockets and jets are to propellers.

      So I think even the existence of this space plane is some kind of cover, much like cardboard or inflatable tanks set up as a decoy on a battlefield.

  7. Robert Barricklow on August 20, 2011 at 10:59 am

    Not are we not only racing to the bottom economicaly/we’re racing, in technological terms, towards destruction.

    Cui Bono?

  8. Mark Anthony on August 20, 2011 at 8:58 am

    Perhaps the tests were actually successful and DARPA didn’t want anyone to see the results of a ground impact so it was sent to the ocean – twice?

  9. MQ on August 20, 2011 at 8:31 am

    Consider, if you will, the possibility that “someone else” didn’t want that technology to work and “took care of it”. Take your pick of parties that wouldn’t want a mach 19 msg delivered unexpectedly.

  10. Jay on August 20, 2011 at 5:49 am

    I think the loss was probably by design. The purpose was to test new materials and the like, which they did, but now it appears to the world that the technoloby is far from perfected, and the Pentagon has plausible deniability for an already flying plane (like the “Aurora”, which most likely uses Richter/Farnsworth technology to shield itself from heat and to compress the fuel sans turbine blades–apply the same thinking to much more radical tech than a 15,000mph plane.) On a minor note: A few years ago Aviation Week published–leaked–the story that once the US Airforce realized that the space shuttle wouldn’t work as regular launch platform after the Challenger disaster, the Air Force revived the B70 program to use that as a launch platform for a small manned space shuttle; they fly it out of Utah.

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